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. >> reporter: ever since this brawl at a 9ers-raiders game two years ago, police have been more vigilant. >> we have a few people that are telling to us watch our backs. but we're not too scared. >> reporter: what's with the hard hat? >> it's protects me in case of -- in case it gets crazy out at the game. >> reporter: all in good fun. still, the cops are making sure the fans don't act tougher than the football teams. if fights break out, it's game over for the fans involved. and because seahawks fans have the reputation for being the noisiest, that just could set off some 9er fans. >> you have to heckle me at my stadium. >> reporter: the cops say some of the fighting in the past also happened out here in the parking lot so as always this lot will not be open to fans until 3 hours before the game for tailgating. but once kickoff starts, the tailgate parties are over. if you have a ticket, go inside. if you don't, go home. the parking lot will be closed. live at candlestick park, linda yee, kpix 5. >>> another way to control troubles also beer sales will be cut off at the end of the 3rd quarter
was shot. >> reporter: he volunteered at his daughter's preschool and was also a raiders season ticketholder. >> it was work. it was his family. me, our daughters and it was the raiders. you know every sunday. >> reporter: anderson says their two girls are just beginning to understand what happened and their heartbroken. all she can tell them is, dad is listening. >> they can talk to him any time that they want to although he can't speak back. but they know. >> reporter: as brown's friends and family hold out hope for an arrest. vallejo police say they are going over surveillance video from this area and processing evidence from the crime scene. they do have some witnesses. but say they need more people to come forward to help solve this murder. in vallejo, alex sadvidge. >>> san francisco police say they've made an arrest in a deadly shooting that happened six months ago. officers say 26-year-old joshua pitman shot and killed 30-year- old auto brown in hunters point on the afternoon of july 20th. pitman was booked in santa rita county jail in suspicion of murder. >>> people who
and was also a raiders season ticketholder. >> it was work. it was his family. me, our daughters and it was the raiders. you know every sunday. >> reporter: anderson says their two girls are just beginning to understand what happened and their heartbroken. all she can tell them is, dad is listening. >> they can talk to him any time that they want to although he can't speak back. but they know. >> reporter: as brown's friends and family hold out hope for an arrest. vallejo police say they are going over surveillance video from this area and processing evidence from the crime scene. they do have some witnesses. but say they need more people to come forward to help solve this murder. in vallejo, alex sadvidge. >>> san francisco police say they've made an arrest in a deadly shooting that happened six months ago. officers say 26-year-old joshua pitman shot and killed 30-year- old auto brown in hunters point on the afternoon of july 20th. pitman was booked in santa rita county jail in suspicion of murder. >>> people who like high performance cars did not let tonight's rain and chill ke
daughter's preschool and was a raiders season ticket holder. >> it was work. it was his family, me, our daughters and the raiders, you know. every sunday. >> reporter: anderson says their two girls are just beginning to understand what happened and they're heartbroken. all she can tell them is dad is listening. >> they can talk to him any time they want to, although he can't speak back. >> reporter: vallejo police are going over surveillance video for this area and processing physical evidence found at the crime scene. so far just a vague description on the gunmen they're looking for. we'll bring you back to a live picture in vallejo tonight. you can see raiders balloons at this vigil being held for the father of two. people here at the vigil celebrating this young man's life and also holding out hope that new witnesses will come forward and help solve what many see as a senseless murder. live tonight in vallejo. alex savage, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> san francisco police say a new partnership with businesses in the city could help save lives. officers this morning demonstrated how autom
at the niners/raiders game two years ago, police have been more vigilant. >> they have a few people telling us to watch our backs, but we're not too scared. >> reporter: what's with the hard hat? >> it protects me in case it gets crazy out at the game. >> reporter: all in good fun. and still the cops, they're making sure the fans don't act tougher than the football team. and if fights break out, it's game over for the fans involved. and because the seahawks fans have the reputation for being the nosiest, that could set off some niner fans. >> and i'm not used to any. >> reporter: the cops say that some of the fighting in the past happened outside here in the parking lot. and as always, the parking lot, they will open three hours before the game. and once they kick off, that the tailgate parties are over. you either have a ticket to go inside or you need to go home. at candlestick park, linda yee. >>> and kpix 5 with the program that is giving teens an unexpected set of skills. no one would have believed it. >> others have been to juvenile hall. others have never seen that upclose. let alone to
ever since the fight broke out in the stands two years ago during a 49ers raiders game. so, this sunday undercover officers will put on seahawks gear ready for unruly 49er fans. >> we always have police officers dressed in rivalry team jerseys, hats, whatever. they will be out in numbers this time. >> and police will also be paying close attention to the parking lot outside the stick. tailgaters will either have to go in and watch the game at kickoff or they will have to go home. >>> a man suspected of throwing a woman's two cats into the bay has been arrested. eric leroy patterson was taken into custody by san francisco animal control. the cats along with the woman's belongings were tossed into the chilly water last monday near pier 14. both of the cats died. surveillance video helped identify the suspect. patterson faces two counts of animal cruelty. it is not clear if the suspect and the woman knew each other. >>> and the sai know sai sonoma -- he will remain on a desk assignment while the investigation into the shooting is completed. outrage over the shooting spread through the c
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ers-raiders game two years ago, police have been more vigilant. >> we have a few people that are telling to us watch our backs. but we're not too scared. >> reporter: what's with the hard hat? >> it's protects me in case of -- in case it gets crazy out at the game. >> reporter: all in good fun. still, the cops are ng
, jeffrey raider and david gill boa launched this site, it shook up the world of prescription eyewear, selling under the price of typical fashion glasses and doing it all online. >> we said what if we can create our own brand, design glasses ourselves, sell them directly to consumers through a user friendly website, we could offer the same quality glasses that cost $500, $600, but do so for $95. >> the idea quickly took off. >> we were featured in vogue and gq. we basically sold out of our inventory and had a waiting list of 20,000 customers. >> for two years they sold almost exclusively online. they didn't have stores in the business plan. their goal was to change an industry through internet sales. what they soon learned surprised them. >> what we found was that people really wanted to shop and experience the brand in person. >> they're not alone. internet retailers across industries are finding that while the internet is great to start an idea, ultimately there will always be consumers who want to do things the old-fashioned way, touch and feel them before putting down the plastic.
the giants, raiders, sharks and more than 300 children of local charities will be there. >> to have a really fun time with the arts and crafts and video games and then they leave with a gift bag and sometimes for some of the kids the gift bag is the only present they'll receive in the holiday season. >> abc 7 news anchors will be there and there are still tickets for this monday night's holiday heroes event, so log on to our website abc7news.com for a link for more information and find the link under see it on tv. >>> this holiday season, abc 7 is teaming up with our local feeding america food banks. you can help. go to the abc 7 news facebook page and take the pledge to give where you live. with each pledge, we'll donate $1 in their honor to the bay area's feeding america food banks. up to $75,000 and your good deed could be rewarded. everyone that takes the pledge will be entered to win $7,000 cash. the winner announced december 19th. spread the love and help us give where you live. >>> next, a cold snap certainly continues. we'll have a live report from the santa cruz mountains where ther
the fights between 49ers and raider fans in the past. seahawks supporters have even gone online asking about safety at candlestick park. >> i have been getting quite a few e-mails per day saying my son is going to the game. should he wear his jersey. i'm bringing my girlfriend. will i be safe. >> some police officers will be undercover dressed in football gear. fans may react with hostility if they see officers in uniform. tonight seahawk fans plan to paint pier39 in the team's colors. they have a host of activities for fans, the hard work cafe has fun packs for those showing up in seal gear. seattle gear. we have a way for you to show your 49er pride. we have a competition with our station in seattle to see who can get more likes and shares on facebook. help us by going to our wall, click click oro share our beige. you badge. you can watch that game tomorrow followed by the post game show and the point after. >> all right. your time is 7:51. taking a closer look at sea otters. the new study and if studdie. >> and we are drying out this morning. not before seeing a good amount of rain. i
with the victory. i mean, we can't accept anything less. >>> all right. how about the silver and black? raiders quarterback settled on undrafted rookie matt mcgloin. oakland could not pull out a win in dallas on thanksgiving day. time to prepare for the next one. coach dennis allen liked what he saw from the first year single caller when he was on a big stage. >> going to the mecca of football in new york, you know, i don't think that's anything that's really going to affect him that much. i think he understands what he's got to do. i've been very impressed with the way he's handled himself, specifically for an undrafted rookie. >>> all right. to basketball. warriors in houston. that's right. dwight howard and the rockets ready to go. first quarter warriors already down ten. dwight howard pulls down the offensive rebound. gets the hoop. look at that. he was falling town. still got the shot to go. and the free throw. second quarter, warriors down 21. clay thompson turns it over. harden dents the rim with that one. right now rockets up 83-59, this one in the third quarter. >>> more basketball. ko
, raiders, the sharks and the san jose earthquakes. more than 300 children from local charities will also be there. >> have a really fun time doing the arts and crafts and video games them leave with a gift bag and sometimes the gift bag is the only present they will receive during the holiday season. >>> abc7 news anchors cheryl jennings and kristen will be there. tickets for monday night are still available. log on to our website for a link and more information. you will find that under "see it on tv." note ♪ blank. >> visit the abc7 news facebook page and take the pledge to give where you live. with each pledge we will donate one dollar in your honor to the bay area's feeding america's food banks up to $75,000. your good deed could be rewarded. everyone whotist pledge will be entered to win $7,000 cash. the winner will be announced december 19th. spread the love and help us give where you live. >>> next, the cold snap continues. we will have a live report from the santa cruz mountains. also, why today's annual ceremony atop mount dough ab below is being force today relocate. and the
or mingle with skier johnny moseley, or with the stars from the giants, raiders, the sharks and the san jose earthquakes. more than 300 children from local charities will also be there. >> the kids have a really fun time doing the arts and crafts and video games. they leave with a gift bag and sometimes the gift bag is the only present they will receive during the holiday season. >>> abc7 news anchors cheryl jennings and kristen will be there. tickets for monday night are still available. log on to our website for a link and more information. you will find that under "see it on tv." ♪ >> doing good this holiday season could make you $7,000 richer. go to the abc7 news facebook page and take the pledge to give where you live. with each pledge we will donate one dollar in your honor to the bay area's feeding america's food banks up to $75,000. everyone who takes the pledge will be entered to win $7,000 cash. the winner will be announced december 19th. spread the love and help us give where you live. >> next, the cold snap continues. we will have a live report from the santa cruz mountains. we
with the raiders if the case goes to denver. i make you mad at, but that's a problem in any case. until you fix how they count their work, these are fixes to sound good on paper, but aren't going to make a major impact. that is the first thing to do. if sounds great. i also worry that if people are trained to deal in smc and that is all they do, the rest of the va readers are not going to note since you must they're trained. they'll only have a small component of people to do it. there's a lot of roseanne comments. it's worth a try if we can also implement some way to give them time to do it or to higher a lot more people. i keep saying that. a lot more oil. thank you. >> thank you. generally speaking, like bond said, the idea of local adjudication for claims. i think what you are saying the vc were essentially going to create a workforce of warrant officers, whether specialize in particular areas. this is the thing that i kind of question. if you're a high-performing regional office in your assigned special monthly conference edition and you are working in a different office and assign something e
in the cases. two, is in a may of tbirt we hired an additional 36 raiders in that regional office. in may of 2013, army reserve personnel were activated and deployed in seattle to help it in getting these cases through quicker. staff at the regional office has been working mandatory overnight and right after the holidays they will resume mandatory overtime through 2014 provided the funding is available us. one other item we have done is we had capacity in providence to take some of those cases. we're working faster so 250 cases per month are being brokered to providence in order to help take some of the pressure off the derail site in seattle. so i think in the coming months you'll see drastic changes in there. one other comment about the process in general. to look at the process and say it's merely a simple claim is to call complex merely a complex claim and call a complex claim a simple one. as a result, a timely claim going through the process is measured at 295 days. not the 125 days like we see for the traditional bundle. the second part was about ms. price and the fdc and i guess i
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